Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Self Portrait: No Clarity

Do you ever feel like
you're at a turning point,
but you've got no idea which way to turn?

That you're in a life place 
that calls for thinking with your heart/soul
and not with your mind
and you're disconcerted because your mind
just loves to be occupied with thinking?

A life space that calls for patience
when you're lusting for clarity

Welcome to my world.


Bonnie, Original Art Studio said...

Oh yes ... a familiar place. Mind so wants to find, fix, arrange ... but how wonderful when the heart knows better. Quite a balancing act, isn't it?

Allegra Smith said...

Some times I think I live there. But I just keep hoping for that little Dutch window amid the clouds and when I stop worrying about, there it is, wide open for me to allow Light and Love in. I wish you a day filled with both and plenty of Clarity.

wv: thestp, you cannot make this up.

Delwyn said...

Hi Meri

yes I know that place and Bonnie put it well saying that the mind is so eager to FIX and ARRANGE things and sometimes that is not possible...we have to wait and see and listen to our soul...

Doctor Delwyn says Be patient and take long walks...

Happy days

beth said...

oh sweetie...I am totally in that world !
and have been now for a's starting to feel like a roller coaster though and I want to get off....

and ummmm.....flea markets, italy....i hate you !
but in the most loving of ways :)

ELK said...

you will find it . clarity . i have no doubt . blessings, elk

Eryl Shields said...

Oh, how well I know that land: Opaqueopolis. The sun's out at the moment though.

Great photograph!

HeartFire said...

Hi Meri,
Sounds so familiar, that inbetween land... I totally relate!

Reya Mellicker said...

Love the picture, of course.

And yes I am so familiar with that restlessness. It's seasonal, don't you know?

One of my teachers used to say, "If you can't figure out what to do, then don't do anything." Though annoying, this advice has served me every time.

Sending soothing love.

NuminosityBeads said...

That photo, those words. You really expressed it.


happily retired gal said...

I love this image and your response to it ... both resonate mightily! I also enjoyed 'the real you' with your camera in the next post.
Hugs and blessings,